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3 Feb 2017
Dr Duncan Brown considers diversity and inclusion policies and the role that HR can play in supporting a sustained approach towards diversity and gender equality.
9 Jan 2017
Professor Stephen Bevan responds to the announcement by Prime Minister Theresa May that the government will carry out a review into workplace mental health support.
20 Dec 2016
Rachel Marangozov discusses her new research, which finds that Brexit and a growing population of over-85s could leave some English NHS trusts more reliant on nurses from outside the EU.
8 Dec 2016
Professor Stephen Bevan responds to the 2015 Chief Medical Officer's annual surveillance report and considers the impact of working longer, for both employees and their employers.
14 Nov 2016
Catherine Rickard encourages employers to get involved in Financial Capability Week and provide support to the financial wellbeing of their employees.
26 Oct 2016
In the context of an ageing workforce, Dr Kath Atkinson considers whether using someone's year of birth is a good way to determine their approach towards workplace learning.
6 Oct 2016
Professor Katie Bailey considers factors which can encourage a sense of meaningless at work and describes how this sentiment presents itself to employees.
29 Sep 2016
In the first of this two-part blog, Professor Katie Bailey considers how jobs can be meaningful and what employers can do to raise levels of meaningfulness in their organisations.
28 Sep 2016
Joy Williams outlines the current issues facing higher education in the UK and the surrounding debate following the UK's decision to leave the EU.
19 Sep 2016
David Yeandle OBE discusses the effect that the UK's decision to leave the EU might have on UK employment law, considering both individual and collective rights, and the decisions that the UK government may take.